Song Title Thread Part Two

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I guess it's up to me to start this up again. I consulted with my mentor first - he knows who he is - and he said it was up to me. A lot of pressure. We'll see how it goes. I am stunned the first "Song Title" thread" took the system down, if in fact it did. My apologies. I didn't think it was going to be so popular (as well as so hated!).

Here's a "proud" emoji I'm giving to myself: :proud:

And here's the last post (from Al) before GAD killed it:

Well that's what happen to drums, isn't it?


"Well Well Well" - John Lennon

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GAD Edit: Link to Part I: http://letstalkguild.com/ltg/showthread.php?196002-The-Song-Title-Game
 
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As someone exclaimed in a movie theater I was in a a few months ago, as the previews for *Frozen II* came up, "Oh, no!"
 

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I guess it's up to me to start this up again. I consulted with my mentor first - he knows who he is - and he said it was up to me. A lot of pressure. We'll see how it goes. I am stunned the first "Song Title" thread" took the system down, if in fact it did. My apologies. I didn't think it was going to be so popular (as well as so hated!).

Here's a "proud" emoji I'm giving to myself: :proud:

And here's the last post (from Al) before GAD killed it:

Well that's what happen to drums, isn't it?


"Well Well Well" - John Lennon

walrus
"Well ... All Right" - Buddy Holly

 
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'Have You Seen Your Mother Baby Standing In The Shadows' - The Rolling Stones
 

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"Indian Giver," 1910 Fruitgum Company. Wouldn't want to try releasing this song nowadays.
 

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"Indian Giver," 1910 Fruitgum Company. Wouldn't want to try releasing this song nowadays.
And the album cover would definitely not be acceptable today!

"Give A Little Bit" - Supertramp

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'Crazy Little Thing Called Love' - Queen
And in the spirit of this thread commencing to roll right on down the tracks without missing a beat, and even though I really don't like it:
"Crazy Train"-Ozzy Osbourne

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And in the spirit of this thread commencing to roll right on down the tracks without missing a beat, and even though I really don't like it:
"Crazy Train"-Ozzy Osbourne

:glee:
"Tuscon Train" - Bruce Springsteen (from his excellent new album, "Western Stars")


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Gone country.

Last Train To Clarksville - The Monkees 1966
"Traintime" - Cream from Wheels of Fire


On the LP, this is followed by "Toad", one the few drum solos that I will go out of my way to listen to.
 
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